College football gambling fans will have their choice of two of the highest scoring teams on the board with the NCAA odds and two teams headed for the post season. The Texas Tech Red Raiders have a college football gambling record of 6-3 straight up and 5-3 with the NCAA odds.
Tech’s last college football gambling matchup was October 31 in a 42-21 home win over the NCAA odds against Kansas as 6.5-point favorites. The Red Raiders have a college football gambling record of 2-1 against the spread on the road and are an even 4-4 split on over/under totals this year.
The Oklahoma State Cowboys have a college football gambling record of 7-2 straight up and 4-3-1 against the spread. Okie State is coming off a nice 34-8 college football gambling win at Iowa State as 7.5-point favorites last week.
It was an important college football gambling bounce back for the Cowboys as it came after their 14-41 loss to Texas the week before. Coach Mike Gundy was impressed with the college football gambling win. “Whether you like it or not, I don’t think there’s any question it affected them some,” said Gundy of the Texas loss.
“There’s always concern whether they’ll put it to the side and go play hard, and so they have. I’m really proud of them for that.” Zac Robinson is the man that makes the Cowboys go. The quarterback has a 64% completion rate for 1643 yards and a 13/6 touchdown to interception ratio.
Robinson is the all time leading passer in OSU history. Running back Keith Toston makes Okie State multi-dimensional as he has 882 yards rushing and a 5.7 yards per carry average with 9 touchdowns. Tech always has one of the most explosive passing attacks in college football gambling.
Quarterback Taylor Potts has thrown for 2221 yards and completed 67% of his passes with a 15/9 touchdown to interception ratio. He took over for the injured Steven Sheffield, who is still doubtful for this week.
Oklahoma State has beaten the college football gambling board in 3 out of their last 4 games against Texas Tech and is seeking revenge for a 20-56 blowout loss at Tech last year.